Golson, Alford recall two-sport challenges Ealy and Plumlee are set to face

Senquez Golson could feel himself hitting a wall. It was the spring of 2012, and as the calendar turned to May, fatigue began to set in. Golson was roughly six months removed from his first season of college football, a freshman campaign that saw him play in all 12 games and make four starts at … Continue reading “Golson, Alford recall two-sport challenges Ealy and Plumlee are set to face”

Practice Report: Pennamon adjusts to tight end, Tisdale confident in landing backup QB role

The last 20 months have been a whirlwind for D’Vaughn Pennamon.  Once thought to be the future of the Ole Miss backfield, he suffered a gruesome knee injury in the penultimate game of the 2017 season against Texas A&M. It cost him the entire 2018 season. Finally healthy, Pennamon has been competing for carries at … Continue reading “Practice Report: Pennamon adjusts to tight end, Tisdale confident in landing backup QB role”

Ole Miss releases 2020 football schedule

Ole Miss released its 2020 football schedule on Wednesday. The Rebels open the 2020 season at NRG Stadium in Houston against Baylor before hitting a daunting stretch of games to open SEC play with the likes of Alabama, at LSU and Auburn lined up as their first three conference games. Ole Miss’ bye week comes … Continue reading “Ole Miss releases 2020 football schedule”

Ole Miss media day notes: Luke updates injuries as Rebels begin fall camp

Ole Miss held its media day on Thursday in the Manning Center ahead of fall camp beginning on Friday morning. Head coach Matt Luke updated injuries and assessed his team’s offseason as the Rebels ride into year two of the Luke era with a young offense, two new coordinators and a veteran defense looking to … Continue reading “Ole Miss media day notes: Luke updates injuries as Rebels begin fall camp”